You can find the Gurunavi Information Lounge in Nishitetsu-Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station - at the Fukuoka City Tourism Information office in Mitsukoshi Lion Square. We're conveniently located right near Nishitetsu Tenjin Station as well as Tenjin subway station.
Feel free to ask us anything about area restaurants - not only about Fukuoka's specialties and other Japanese foods but also about popular cafés, pubs and more in the area! We would be happy to check on seat availability and even make reservation on your behalf. Plus we have restaurant maps and restaurant guides as well. Please drop by for a visit and find your new favorite restaurant or food here in Fukuoka!
- Japanese / English / Chinese
- Suggest restaurants
- Make a reservation
- Gourmet leaflets / Guides
- Free Wi-Fi
- Tourist information
9:30am - 7:00pm *Closed: December 31, January 1
Nishitetsu Fukuoka Tenjin Station(T01) > outside
Tenjin Subway Station(K08) » 3 minutes on foot
Tenjin-minami Station(N16) » 5 minutes on foot
Tenjin 2-1-1 Chuo-ku, Fukuoka city, 810-0001
Fukuoka, Food and City
As Kyushu's largest city, Fukuoka has great access to international airport and port, serving as the island’s gateway to Asia. Every day, we welcome many overseas guests here at the tourist information center!
Fukuoka is an urban center with a unique vibe that's got something for everyone. Whether you are looking to stroll beside the tranquil waterfront or relax at any of the city’s many inviting parks, or even take in a hike in the nearby overlooking mountains, Fukuoka City has countless attractions - making it increasingly popular as a holiday destination. *Photo: Provided by Fukuoka City
Here there are two representative festivals with long tradition - "Hakata Dontaku" in May and "Hakata Gion Yamakasa" in July - each of which draw teams of tourists, filling the city with excitement and energy.
But one of Fukuoka’s key attractions is food! It is very well known as its rich food culture, and many tourists come here simply to enjoy eating.
Tonkotsu (pork bone broth) ramen is of course very popular here. Jotenji temple in the Hakata area is said to be the birthplace udon noodles. And then there are the two major hot pots - motsu nabe (offal hot pot ) and mizutaki (chicken and vegetable hot pot) - plus fresh seafood, bustling yakitori shops, cafés and sweets shops…and even Yatai street food shops which are an incredible night attraction! Fukuoka is one of Japan’s choice destinations for foodies. With so many food options available, we know it can be hard to choose and that you can't fit everything in one trip! We hope to help make your culinary adventure as perfect as possible. And when you return to town, please drop by and say hello to us at Tenjin - we are thrilled to welcome you back! *Photo: Provided by Fukuoka City - Official Guide to Fukuoka City - YOKONAVI.com